What’s described as a new ‘standalone’ mobile title is coming for NASCAR fans thanks to a new agreement with Hutch Games.
No gameplay or timescale details have been provided other than it will exist at some point.
The wording ‘standalone’ is intriguing, as it indicates that the new game could be unique to existing NASCAR mobile experiences.
In June of this year, Hutch announced that it would be working on a new Forza mobile title before a game entitled Forza Customs was soft-launched in specific markets. That particular release is a puzzle game, reminding us of a ‘match three’ template, which in turn unlocked parts and accessories for a selection of cars. It excluded driving in any way.
The studio is also responsible for releases such as the card-collecting game Top Drives and the management tie-in F1 Clash.
The new NASCAR platform is touted in the press material as “the ultimate mobile experience for fans around the globe.”
“At NASCAR, our number one priority is engaging our fans and bringing them the best experiences possible whether they’re at the track or in digital spaces where they like to spend time,” said Nick Rend, Managing Director, Gaming and Esports at NASCAR.
“We want to deliver our fans around the world a unique, immersive mobile gaming experience. Hutch, with its expertise in the automotive genre and track record of creating fun and popular games, is the perfect partner to make this happen.”
The game will be ‘fully revealed in due course’ and we expect it to be on both Apple and Android devices. It follows the recent return to Rocket League for NASCAR and the recent release of NASCAR Arcade Rush.